Objectual filosis Components of the quantic energetical action process

The action process of an energy stockpile quantum owned by a EF element may be divided in other elementary processes, either they are simultaneous or successive (see figure, where the vertical axis represents the amount of the energy stockpile Q, and the horizontal one shows the time; t1 is the moment of the first contact of the incident EF quantum with RBS of the driven object). These processes are:

  1. Incidence and absorption of the outer flux, process in which the finite stockpile Q1 of the agent flux gradually drops, up to its depletion (process displayed in the figure with a blue dashed line). This process is distributed in the time interval [t1, t2], distribution which is considered to be linear, due to simplicity reasons. Within the same time interval, but under a reverse phase, the gradual growth of the stored Qs flux occurs into RBS of the driven MS, that is a process (outlined with red-dotted line) which keeps going until the depletion of the energy stockpile of the agent flux, at the moment t2. During the incidence, the normal component Tn of the incident flux is converted (under specific conditions, see rule 5 of the EF composition from the section 7.6.5) into stochastic flux, that is a flux stored with the stockpile Qs having a null Tn overall component (against the inner reference of the driven object). We may also assert that the kinetic energy of the incident flux is turned into potential energy of the medium from the transition volume of RBS.


A displacement of the equilibrium surface between the agent and stored flux takes place in the interval , displacement which is proportional to the transferred energy stockpile Qi=Qs (the mechanical work of the agent flux which shall be defined later on).

  1. The reflection and restoration of the stored flux, that is a process (outlined with dashed green line in the figure, in which part of the flux stored in the first process is expelled (released) from the storage medium which shall return to the previous state. This process occurs only under favorable conditions (see rule 6 of the EF composition from the section 7.6.5), it starts at the moment t2 and it is completed at the moment t3, when the entire energy stockpile Qs shall be depleted and converted into the kinetic energy stockpile Qr of the reflected flux. During this process, the potential energy stored into the medium from the transition volume is turned into the kinetic energy of the reflected flux’s elements. The equilibrium surface between the stored and reflected flux shall be also displaced in reverse, in proportion to the mechanical work carried-out by the stored flux for the reflected flux.

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